A Florida man was arrested for the 34th time following a high-speed chase in Palm City.
At age 39, suspect Sam Luciano has almost as many arrests as years on Earth!
His latest came Feb. 21, 2016 when cops were looking for a stolen car and spotted the man driving 110 miles per hour. Martin County authorities chased him until the man stopped, jumped out and ran into a “dark muddy wooded area.”
It took about an hour, but they found the man in the swampy area and charged him with felony drunk driving, grand theft of a motor vehicle and resisting arrest.
A look Luciano’s criminal history makes you wonder why he isn’t in prison. His previous charges include burglary, possession of a firearm by a felon, robbery, fleeing police, battery on law enforcement, probation violation, drug possession, driving with a suspended license, reckless driving, and causing serious injury or death by failing to stop.
The man’s first arrest occurred on April 30, 1992.